Exercises B:


It rained yesterday.

Yes, and it will rain tomorrow, too.


rain/ snow/ leave/ get up/ arrive/ finish work/ have a holiday/ drive Home

have a haircut/ telephone me/ have a shave/ pack his bags/ sweep the floor

paint this room/ repair my car/ make an appointment


1 Yes, and it will snow tomorrow, too.

2 Yes, and he will get up late tomorrow, too.

5 Yes, and she will drive to London tomorrow, too.

6 Yes, and she will telephone him tomorrow, too.

7 Yes, and he will have a shave tomorrow, too.

8 Yes, and she will sweep the floor tomorrow, too.



1 be going to ……

2 现在进行时的第三种情况

3 一般现在时(表示移动的动词)


I will leave tomorrow.

I am going to leave tomorrow.

I am leaving tomorrow.

I am about to leave.

I am to leave tomorrow.


一般疑问句:Do you come?

Do you come tomorrow?(也可表示将来)

be to do sth.

be about to do sth.(介词短语)

She is (about) to come/leave/move.

be going to do sth.

be doing

be to do sth.


Lesson 91 Poor Ian!




nation -> national -> nationality


personal:个人的 personal belief 个人信仰






When did Ian sell his house?

Last week.

Has Ian moved to his new house?


When will he move to his new house?

Tomorrow morning.

Has the new people moved into this house?


When will they move into this house?

The day after tomorrow.

Who will see Ian today?


Is Ian a good neighbour?

Will Ian's neighbour miss him?

Did Ian want to sell his house?


Who wanted to sell his house?

His wife.



Ian has already sold his house.

He sold his house last week.

He didn't want to leave this house.

But his wife wanted to leave.

Ian will move to his new house tomorrow afternoon.

The new people will move into the house the day after tomorrow.

Ian has always been a good neighbour.

All his neighbours will miss him.

Jenny will see Ian today.

Please give him my regards. 请代我向他问好。

give sb. one's regards

Give your mother my regards.

Please give her my regards.



Has Ian sold his house yet?

Yes, he has.

He sold it last week.

Has he moved to his new house yet?

No, not yet.

He's still here.

He's going to move tomorrow.

When? Tomorrow morning?

No. Tomorrow afternoon.

I'll miss him.

He has always been a good neighbour.

He's a very nice person.

We'll all miss him.

When will the new people move into this house?

I think that they'll move into the day after tomorrow.

Will you see Ian today, Jenny?

Yes, I will.

Please give him my regards.

Poor Ian!

He didn't want to leave this house.

No, he didn't want to leave, but his wife did.